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It sounds like pdfcomment may be what you're looking for. Like all the more advanced pdf features, it doesn't work with all pdf viewers; xpdf will display the comment icon but can't seem to get to the comment itself, while okular can handle them correctly. I didn't check on anything else. Run texdoc pdfcomment with your preferred viewer; the second page ...

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You could use ocg and use different layers for the main document and the proofs, although this solution might not be particularly user-friendly. One example using ocgx: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ocgx} \begin{document} It is common knowledge that $1+1=1$. \switchocg{ocg1}{[PROOF]} \begin{ocg}{OCG 1}{ocg1}{0} Proof: I am one. The Pope is one. ...

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It seems there's no easy way to do this, yet. Modifying Scripts Download files. (They are from Benjamin Kellermann, originally posted to Ubuntuusers on March 2011, based on an older version of the Gedit Synctex Plugin by Jose Aliste.) Extract them, e.g. to your desktop. Rename the file evince to evince-synctex. (To be sure that this file will be started ...

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Method pdfstringdef If hyperref is loaded, \pdfstringdef is available and can be used for package accsupp via method=pdfstringdef: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[pdfencoding=auto]{hyperref} \usepackage{accsupp} \begin{document} \BeginAccSupp{ method=pdfstringdef, ActualText=11\unichar{"0009}21\unichar{"000A}12\unichar{"0009}22\unichar{"000A}, } ...

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This problem seems to come from the pdf reader that is used. Therefore my idea is to add something invisible that breaks up the url for the program but not for the person reading it. Something like \url{www.google}\rlap{~}{.com} does not work, though, because the space ~ is ignored. An ugly workaround that works for me (with Sumatra PDF) is: ...

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It's your PDF viewer's fault: Mac OS X Preview (at least v7.0) recognises URLs and makes them clickable, whether they be typeset with a special package (hyperref, url) or not. To convince yourself, try compiling the following example and open the output in Preview; the URL will be clickable. So there's really nothing you can do about it on the author's ...

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To my opinion, dspdfviewer is currently the best choice to be used with latex beamer and notes on a second screen under linux. It covers all features requested by the initial question. I tested it and it works very well, even with different resolutions. Many thanks to Danny Edel.

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I'm not an expert for PDF. Your belief, that the PDF contains something like a table / tabular, seems questionable. I don't think there is a tabular in the PDF, just rules and glyphs. First step: you copy the content of the PDF. What do you copy? Just the content, whatever it is in the PDF: glyphs, graphics. Some software is able to enrich the content, ...

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Experience with the Accessibility Package I downloaded the accessibility style from Babette Schalitz's website. From emails I understand that she was going to post this at CTAN.org with a public license, so I think this should be "fair use". Using \usepackage[tagged]{accessibility} in my preamble allowed me you to generate a basic tagged PDF file that ...

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